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Furnace won't turn on when temp drops below setting.

If I turn the thermostat off and on it will turn on and heat up until next time.

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I just had a problem with my heater that had the same problem. It was the board that had to be replaced. I took the panel off outside and used a hair dryer to heat up lightly the circuit board. Immediately, the heater came on. If this doesn't work, you may have a bad T'stat. Is yours a mercury one? A digital T'stat may be the answer

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